Winter Special Gajar Ka Halwa Recipe – Carrot Halwa | KPH Media
Gajar Ka Halwa is an Indian dessert made from a grated carrot that is a traditional delectable dessert. It can be made in a very short time and is very easy to make. It is popular in North India during the winter months and during the Diwali festival. Traditionally, this delicious Gajar ka halwa is made with khoya (condensed milk) and clarified butter, topped with dried fruits for a rich dessert.
How to make carrot halwa (Gajar Ka Halwa) Recipe step by step:
- Carrots (Gajjar)
- Ghee, (clarified butter)
- Cardamom Powder (Elaichi)
- Nuts and Dry Fruits
First rinse, peel carrots Then grate it properly either with a hand-held grater or in a food processor
Switch on the burner, and put heavy Kadai, add all of the grated carrots and Pour milk. Mix the grated carrots and milk together. Cook the mixture until the milk is reduced by 75%.
Then add 4 tablespoons ghee (clarified butter) Mix very well. Next, add sugar as required. Continue to simmer on a low flame. Add the cardamom powder, and cook until the halwa mixture starts to thicken and reduce. Stir at intervals, When the halwa has reduced much and you see a little milk – like that of a pudding consistency. Then add nuts and dry fruits.
You can add nuts and dry fruits like coconut, cashews, almonds, and golden raisins. Simmer till the mixture becomes dry. Halwa should have fine milk solids in it since the milk should have evaporated completely.
Also, you will notice ghee dripping from the sides. Make sure to scrape off the milk solids from the sides of the pan or Kadai and add them to the gajar halwa. Some moisture is fine as well.
You can serve gajar ka halwa hot or warm. If you have leftover halwa, place it in the refrigerator and warm it in the serving dish. Garnish with some chopped dry fruits when serving.
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